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Northeast Times | October 26, 2021

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Kids Who Care’s heading back to Neverland!

Kids Who Care’s heading back to Neverland!

FORT WORTH, TX – June 1, 2015 – Kids Who Care, a non-profit Musical Theatre located in the center of the Arts District in Fort Worth is launching the 2017 summer season with the Tony Award winning play, Peter and the Starcatcher. This whimsical and highly imaginative work is a natural fit for Director Debroah Jung and her cast of over 80 students and adult actors. “The possibilities are just so SMART and FUN!” she says.

TCU Graduate Chase Ainsworth will be sailing the seven seas as the flamboyant and notorious pirate, Black Stache.
“Chase’s skill as an actor is at an impressively high level, he simply sparkles on stage,” says Executive Director Deborah Jung. “Audiences will be captivated by his magic when he makes his debut with Kids Who Care.”
Kids from the Fort Worth area will be working alongside this talented actor and others during the June production of Peter and the Starcatcher June 22-June 25 at the historic Fort Worth Scott Theater. Show times are 7:30 with Saturday and Sunday Matinees at 2pm

The lighting design of Peter and the Starcatcher will created by Kids Who Care’s Production Manager. Chad Jung. Mr. Jung has designed more than 300 productions for theatre, opera, music and dance. Opera credits include productions for companies including Atlanta Opera, Dallas Opera, Fort Worth Opera, Palm Beach Opera, Opera Tampa, and San Antonio.

ABOUT KIDS WHO CARE

Kids Who Care is an international musical theatre company based in Fort Worth, Texas
Over the last 28 years, Kids Who Care has: Written and produced 22 original musicals with kids from around the world. Performed in venues all over the world including 30,000 feet aboard an airplane for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Off-Broadway at the Lamb’s Theatre, at both Disney’s, at The Kennedy Center, at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center, People’s Improv Theatre in New York City at the Teatro della Rocca in Novellara, Italy to open an international theatre festival. Gifted over 1.1 million dollars in scholarships to kids who want to participate in Kids Who Care’s programs so that every student can have a place to feel creative regardless of their ability to pay. Hosted over 800 international students representing 15 countries as part of the July International Musical Theatre Camp. Produced thousands of great kids who are changing the world.

TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT
WWW.KIDSWHOCARE.ORG

Kristen Thiebaud
Public Relations/Sales
Kids Who Care
Musical Theatre – Leadership – Original Works
817-737-5437
www.kidswhocare.org
Don’t Miss this show, June 22-25!